1975 Ford Bronco - SOLD
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Throughout its lifetime, the Bronco was continually updated and by the time this handsome 1975 Bronco was built, they were firmly established as the go-to vehicle to own if you had to travel someplace remote yet still wanted a modicum of civility.

Awesome Ford Bronco resto-mod with high-quality equipment. Original 302 V8 with EFI, automatic, 4-wheel disc brakes, upgraded suspension with 3-inch lift and remote reservoir shocks, Bluetooth stereo, and more! Expertly built, ready to have fun this summer!

Ford was perhaps a little late to the 4-wheel-drive game, but there are many who consider the Bronco the first real personal-use SUV. It was an all-new design that wasn’t borrowed from a military application and while it was primarily aimed at ranchers and the Parks Department where off-roading would be its primary mission, Ford executives also realized that plenty of folks would want one to drive every day. Throughout its lifetime, the Bronco was continually updated and by the time this handsome 1975 Bronco was built, they were firmly established as the go-to vehicle to own if you had to travel someplace remote yet still wanted a modicum of civility. Today, this resto-mod embodies everything that’s awesome about the Bronco, keeping the original styling 100% intact and unmodified. Sure, there’s spectacular paint and laser-straight bodywork with no reproduction pieces or patch panels, but the upright, square, no-nonsense look remains firmly in place. The dark green paint has the right look for a vintage 4x4 and with a hint of metallic, it shines in the sun in a way that was impossible in 1975. Panel fit is exemplary and all the original badges, lenses, and bright trim were replaced with high-quality reproduction pieces to really make this truck sparkle. Of note, there are heavy-duty bumpers front and rear, with the rear bumper incorporating the spare tire carrier, and all the lighting is now by LEDs for a high tech look on an old favorite.

Broncos were never really known as comfortable vehicles, but the makeover on this handsome SUV might change that perception. Well-bolstered bucket seats upholstered in light cream leather are far more comfortable than the original chairs and plenty of sound-deadening under the fresh black carpets give it a far more substantial feel. There’s also a tilt steering column with a custom wheel, trick Dakota Digital gauges in the original round pod, and a Pioneer touch-screen entertainment system with Bluetooth, and a heavy-duty locking center console with a DIN port and additional power outlets. All the switches and hardware are new reproductions and the transfer case is now controlled by a Wild Horses twin stick setup for maximum control. There’s a matching back seat, making this a true 4-seater, and there are speakers stashed throughout the interior, including a big subwoofer built into the cargo area. Overhead there’s a brand new folding convertible top that seals up surprisingly well and makes a hardtop all but irrelevant. You’ll also note that the entire interior has been protected with a spray-in bedliner, so it should last virtually forever.

By 1975, most Broncos were powered by the venerable 302 cubic inch V8, and all signs point to this being the truck’s original powerplant. It has been completely rebuilt with a few subtle upgrades, including a bigger cam and Holley Pro-Jection fuel injection that makes it effortless to drive. Combined with an MSD ignition system, starts are almost instantaneous and the electronic brain means it idles perfectly hot or cold and never gets fussy on the trail. There’s also a giant radiator up front, an upgraded Wilwood master cylinder for the 4-wheel disc brakes, and factory power steering that makes even those giant tires easy to handle. The torquey 302 is the perfect match for the Bronco, making power where you need it yet still relatively light so the truck can go almost anywhere. It’s backed by a rebuilt and upgraded C4 3-speed automatic transmission and Dana 20 2-speed transfer case managed by the aforementioned twin stick setup. The front axle is a Dana 44 while a rugged Ford 9-inch hangs out back, all filled with 3.73 gears. Long-tube headers feed a custom Flowmaster dual exhaust system that sounds more Mustang than Bronco. There’s also a trick suspension with twin Bilstein remote reservoir shocks at all four corners and disc brakes were added in back to make a noticeable difference in stopping power. Other details include boxed control arms with heim joints, a new gas tank, and new hardware throughout. This truck is ready to play in the dirt! It also looks awesome sitting on those 17-inch Fuel wheels and giant 35x12.50R17 Mickey Thompson off-road radials.

Broncos remain red hot on the market and despite the quality built into this dark green 4x4, it still costs less than a loaded up new one. It’s fully sorted, tested, and ready to enjoy just about anywhere. And you just might be surprised how much fun a vintage Bronco can be. Call today!

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Vehicle: 1975 Ford Bronco
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: 119023
Odometer Reading: 60,129
VIN: U15GLV69240
Engine: 302 cubic inch V8
Transmission: 3-speed automatic
Gear Ratio: 3.73
Wheelbase: 92 inches
Wheels: 17-inch aluminum wheels
Tires: 35x12.50R17 Mickey Thompson radials
Exterior Color: Green
Interior Color: Tan vinyl
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